Looking for mille feuille recipes? Master the art of French patisserie with the classic mille feuille, along with twists on the traditional mille feuille recipe including a savoury mille feuille and the show-stopping mille crepe cake…
Tips to create the perfect mille feuille:
- The pastry needs to be cut to approximately 1 cm thickness. You’ll know that the pastry is cooked when it’s golden brown and slightly risen.
- Use a piping bag to pipe the cream layers onto the mille feuille to create the delicate finish the patisserie recipe needs.
- Put the mille feuille in the fridge for an hour to set slightly before cutting into individual portions as this will result in a smoother cut.
- whipped cream
Delicate layers of puff pastry, fresh summer berries and sweet calvados cream make this tea time treat a showstopping recipe to serve to your friends and family.
Check out our take on vegetarian restaurant Vanilla Black's goat’s cheese and toasted cauliflower mille feuille with golden raisin and cashew nut potato and tamarind paste, a perfect vegetarian entertaining idea.
This recipe takes a classic mille feuille and gives it a very British jelly and custard treatment. Make all the elements ahead then just assemble to serve.
This matcha mille crêpe cake looks really impressive but is also easy to make. Create this beautiful green tea inspired cake using layers of crepes and custard cream and dust with some matcha powder to finish.